The Busy World Of Richard Scarry: Busytown (1993 DOS Game)


The Busy World Of Richard Scarry: Busytown is a 1993 edutainment PC game for DOS computers. This game has players visiting twelve unique playgrounds to play a variety of mini-games while developing essential learning skills such as mathematics, problem solving, reading, and more. Each area of the game has the player interacting with the various characters from the book series and television show. The game is targeted at young children ages 3 – 7.

Played on Windows 10 utilizing DOSBox. Recorded in Camtaisia Studio 8.

Release: 1993

Developed by: Novotrade International
Published by: Computer Curriculum Corp.
Distributed by: QUE Software

© 1993 Richard Scarry. Software © 1993 Computer Curriculum Corporation. All rights reserved. All trademarks and copyrights are retained by their respective owners.


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16 thoughts on “The Busy World Of Richard Scarry: Busytown (1993 DOS Game)

  1. Man that pig really was like " yo you wana help?" and then makes you build the whole mothafuckin house by you're self.

  2. Found the 7 floppy disk set in a closet and I believe that these are better off being cashed in than played. I cant find a price for them though.

  3. Omg! this used to be my favorite game to play when I was in Elementary! I would play this all the time in computer class 😄

  4. My grandpa always used to take me to the library to play this game when I was about 5 years old. I can’t believe how fast time has gone

  5. You quit playing the delivery truck minigame? You gotta do it the whole way, not stop for awhile.

  6. Thank you so much for posting this!! The ship building game left such a lasting impression on me that I would randomly think about it and wonder if it was real.

    All of the voices and sounds are so unfamiliar though . . . I remember playing the game in eerie silence and not really knowing what to do.

  7. I remember playing this when I didn't have a sound card on my computer. I look it up and I forgot what it was like.

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